He will be one of the not so many, but very knowledgeable support helpers from now on. As a full time tester for the last months, Esa and others like him have beat Trine 2 some many times that they can likely speedrun it blind folded.
If you go to our forums you can ask him, FB_Jussi, and other new guys almost anything. What you can also do is ask for people to play the beta with and one of our not so busy support staff will gladly slay some goblins at your side.
That is all. Have a great weekend and keep our support staff busy.
And just to clarify on the multiplayer features, Steam now supports PC/Mac online multiplayer, so all of you will benefit from having more people to join the adventure with.
As for console cross-platform or even PS3/PC multiplayer, our wizard Amadeus has had trouble with the fireball spell, so it is fair to say that this type of cross-platform magic was just too much even for him to hack.
November 18th, 2011 by Mikael | Category: Frozenbyte
Well apparently daily breakfast, lunch and snacks help.
Of course a lot of other things are needed to create the ultimate happy developer, but food is a good start.
Having a meal together brings our workers closer and let’s us talk about something other than work for a few moments.
Today we had a Friday brunch feast that would have moved me into a low level coma, if I wouldn’t have had a cup of coffee afterwards.
Also the fact that everyone isn’t rushing into some store around noon to get a pizza slice (vegetable) and a Dr. Pepper (agnostic drink of choice), does free a bunch of time for us to work on polishing our games.
Oh yea and we do serve real vegetarian meals too, not just pizza.
Now that Trine 2 beta is available on Steam, some of you may have noticed the achievements list also.
Actually many of the achievements can already be completed in the beta, and funnily at least one of them can be done in our start up screen, that is playable this time around. Five achievements featured in the video and many more await you in the game.
So this video is a little sneak peek into what cool things you can be working on next month, when Trine 2 launches.